Kaspersky has designated Rohit Sood as their Business Manager exclusively for the Government segment and Smart Cities for the India region in November. The new hiring is a part of Kaspersky’s strategy to strengthen its hold over the government sector in the country by trying to get new business from the sector.
Commenting on his new journey with Kaspersky, Rohit Sood said, “In my 23 years of work experience, I have had the chance to work with renowned Information Technology companies that have played a major role in my professional growth. Today as I begin my new journey with one of the finest and most prestigious companies in the cyber security industry – Kaspersky, I believe that we together would be able to achieve greater goals and successfully expand the company’s reach. My main focus will be to attract new business from the government sector and smart cities and create a strong partnership/ association between Kaspersky and our customers. I recognize that Kaspersky has great potential to shine in this sector, especially because of its global intelligence and expertise. I am very excited to join the Kaspersky team and work hard towards building a secure digital world together.”
Dipesh Kaura, General Manager, Kaspersky (South Asia) said welcoming Rohit on board,“We look forward to working with Rohit and are excited to deploy his expertise to expand our business in the government and enterprise sector. His vast experience and powerful relationships within various sectors will help us to explore the numerous opportunities that await us. He will work with us in strengthening the team and look at new growth objectives for Kaspersky.”
Under the leadership of Dipesh Kaura, General Manager, Kaspersky (South Asia), Rohit Sood will be closely working with the Kaspersky India team and will be based out of Delhi. He will majorly be responsible for acquiring new business accounts from the government sector and exploring new service opportunities for the company by identifying the security needs of various government bodies and institutions.